ATSIMA is working in collaboration with the NSW Department of Education and its ‘Connected Communities’ program to deliver Professional Learning to 16 rural and remote schools in NSW. Part One of the PL is being rolled out in phases and currently, ATSIMA is working with the schools on relationships. This phase builds a sound understanding of the school and its
ATSIMA’s inaugural online conference series has been a great success so far. This online conference series does not replace the postponed ATSIMA 2020 conference. Instead, it offers a special opportunity for speakers and participants to share their journey towards the future conference experience. Session 1, Deb Carmichael gave us five ways to include checkpoints in our lesson plans through her
Listen to a podcast where The Random Sample from the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers (ACEMS) chats with Professor Chris Matthews in Making a Connection to Culture. Patterns are at the heart of mathematics. In fact, mathematics has sometimes been called a science of patterns. When it comes to mathematics and Indigenous students in our
Prof. Chris Matthews recently delivered an online presentation for the Aboriginal STEM summit Mathematics Through Kinship Systems. You can access the presentation here.
The 15th International Congress on Mathematics Education (ICME15) will be held in Sydney in July 2024. ATSIMA is part of the collaborative group of organisations that has brought this leading international mathematics education congress to Australian shores. It is the organisers’ goal to have core themes throughout the Congress, including Indigenous mathematics based on work in Australia and New Zealand,